Myles and colleagues use data from 46 population-based cancer registries to describe the anatomic distribution of melanoma among non-Hispanic black patients and to explore how characteristics of this distribution relate to the etiologies previously reported for both white and black patients. See the related commentary by Kundu.
To examine whether isotretinoin therapy could result in deleterious ocular effects, Neudofer and colleagues performed a retrospective cohort study among patients treated with isotretinoin for acne and 2 comparison groups (isotretinoin-naïve patients with acne and acne-free patients).
Sadeghpour and coauthors used a national cross-sectional survey of academic dermatologists to determine whether there is an association of sex with rank, promotion, academic productivity, leadership, salary, and career satisfaction. See the 530 by Kimball.
The Structured Interview for Tanning Abuse and Dependence (SITAD) was evaluated by Hillhouse and colleagues.
Brauer and colleagues use a novel, picosecond, 755-nm alexandrite laser to treat a series of 10 patients with 12 tattoos containing blue and/or green pigment. All tattoos were either previously untreated and multicolored or were recalcitrant to earlier treatment and still contained blue and/or green pigment.
Barzilai and coauthors describe 12 patients with symptoms of rosacea or rhinophyma and discuss various aspects of these rare clinical manifestations of low-grade B-cell lymphoma/leukemia involving the face.
Beylot-Barry and coauthors describe an original clinicopathologic series of primary cutaneous lymphomas with follicular helper T-cell phenotype.